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May 22nd 2012:Electronic Health Records and Aboriginal Peoples

Dr. Janet Smylie is a family physician, public health researcher and research scientist who leads an Aboriginal Research program at the Centre for Research on Inner City Health, at St. Michael’s hospital, Toronto. Mabel Horton, RN, holds a Masters in Public Administration. She has key roles in electronic health record and related projects of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs. They discuss electronic health records for Aboriginal peoples from physician and nursing perspectives. They analyze the impact of record systems on privacy and autonomy on Aboriginal peoples and their communities, summarize

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Mabel Horton

Mabel Horton is a registered nurse with a Masters in Public Administration. Since 2002, she’s worked with the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs. Her work with the Assembly involves partnering with the federal and provincial governments, in such areas as eCHART, the Regional TeleHealth Partnership table. Her work also involves eHealth, as the eHealth Coordinator. Her Coordinator work focuses on teleHealth and Panorama, a communicable disease surveillance system being developed nationally and regionally. She previously worked in northern Manitoba and Nunavut as a nurse in an extended role, as a public health nurse with Manitoba Health, as an Aboriginal Liaison Coordinator for the Burntwood Regional
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Janet Smylie

Dr. Janet Smylie is a family physician, public health researcher and research scientist. She leads an Aboriginal Research program at the Centre for Research on Inner City Health, at St. Michael’s hospital, in partnership with eighteen First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities and organizations. She’s an Associate Professor in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. Her research addresses the health inequities that challenge Indigenous infants, children and their families. For her research she’s received a New Investigator award in Knowledge Translation. She’s practiced and taught family medicine in various urban and rural Aboriginal communities. She’s in part-time cl
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